David Moyes has made eight of his players available for transfer as he looks to raise extra transfer funds to strengthen his squad ahead of the new season, the Metro understands.
The 50 year old is ready to listen to offers for Nani, Anderson, Bebe, Anders Lindegaard, Kiko Macheda and Fabio, as well as youngsters Scott Wooton.
All are deemed surplus to requirements by the new Manchester United manager, and could collectively raise around £20m.
Nani, valued at £8m, has already been targeted by Arsenal, Juventus, Roma and Anzhi Makhachkala while Anderson, who moved to Old Trafford at the same time as the Portuguese winger, is in line for a return to Portugal having signed from Porto.
Lindegaard is frustrated at falling behind David De Gea in the pecking order and could move on if he is offered the chance to play more first team football, while the others on the list, who all spent time away on loan last season, are set to continue their careers elsewhere.